Free man on a curve always has to make an effort to decide in which direction to go. Should he turn a corner or continue straight?
Curves are formed when a straight line bends, altering its direction. A line, in essence, is an abstract and mathematical concept that lacks physical existence. However, concepts serve a purpose in describing tangible phenomena or objects. When a straight road takes a turn, it transforms into a curved arc. Consequently, following this road leads to a change in direction, diverting one’s intended path. Within my landscape, numerous curves intertwine, constructing a complex structure immersed in a dense thicket of matter immersed in navy blue. The mountain peaks emerge on the horizon, bathed in the warm glow of orange light. This vibrant hue serves as the sole accent, infusing life into this painting. Navy blue dominates the landscape, imparting an almost cosmic ambience to the scene. Amidst this cosmic realm, a free man roams, traversing a curve that presents him with a choice. Let us hope that he selects wisely! Life is an amalgamation of choices, and we possess the freedom to exercise our own will. May this painting serve as a reminder to viewers of the significance that lies within the proper utilization of this freedom, granting meaning to human existence.